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fastrakpr

Member Since 12 Nov 2008
Offline Last Active Jul 09 2020 03:59 PM
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In Topic: FASTRAK $2,000 to win at Toccoa June 27

26 June 2020 - 07:36 AM

Racing starts tonight with Stock 8, Stock 4 and Pro Trucks


In Topic: FASTRAK Northeast at Roaring Knob postponed

19 May 2020 - 08:07 PM

We have verified their insurance policy. Sorry it didnt fit within your ridiculous time line.

In Topic: FASTRAK Northeast at Roaring Knob postponed

18 May 2020 - 05:09 PM

This is a struggle for us all.

 

FASTRAKPR, being that ROARING KNOB is Fastrak  sanctioned, does Roaring Knob have required insurance to operate currently and past weeks they have run?

 

Many RUMORS are that they don't, and have not for 2020 season.

 

Can and Will You provide an answer?

Please be responsible and put an end to the speculation with FACTS.

 

No response within 24 hours will solidify the rumors they do not have required liability insurance.

We are working to put an end to the rumors. 


In Topic: ULTIMATE Supers $5,000 to win at 311 Motor Speedway on May 23

18 May 2020 - 08:18 AM

Open practice for Super Late Models on Friday May 22nd


In Topic: FASTRAK LM shock rules

20 December 2019 - 03:06 PM

 

 

https://racestud.com...ounty-speedway/

 

https://racestud.com...nue-to-perform/

 

https://www.stlracin...27/#post-929902

 

https://racestud.com...onship/?hl=afco

 

There's a few examples.  I'm sure like anything else, most of the times when it comes to a "cheaper" alternative or something that isn't proven or showing the be the next best thing right off the bat, most of the top guys are going to stick with what they have.  Not saying this shocks would or wouldn't be the next best thing, but if some top finishing guys would switch over to them, there may be more or better results.  But that's not going to happen, as they already have so much invested into their shock program, and the old saying of it it ain't broke don't fix it, would likely keep them from switching.

They performed very well. Can't disagree with your "ain't broke, don't fix it" philosophy on why some don't switch. But these AFCOs cost what their service on their current shocks cost per year. The rebuilds on the AFCOs are $50 and $75 if it needs a new shaft. 
Tim Byrd won the track championship at Volunteer with no weight break and against a very inclusive shock rule.